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booknotes. "the informant" is the count of the fbi and justice department collaboration with the high-level informant to collect information implicatiimplicati ng a large corporation. in this booknotes interview from 2000 author kurt eichenwald reveals how the scandal in the mid-1990s was complicated when the government discovered its source a senior executive at the firm was involved in his own illegal activity. this is the second part in a two-part series. you can watch the first part on line on booktv.org. c-span: kurt eichenwald, what is the brief synopsis of "the informant?" >> guest: "the informant" is about the highest-ranking corporate executive who ever worked as a cooperating witness with the fbi, who was producing evidence of an international price-fixing conspiracy at a company called archer daniels midland, on one level. on the second level, it's the story of how that individual, during the entire time he was working with the government and working as a senior officer at the company, was simultaneously losing his mind. and, ultimately, that sends the case spinning out of
" magazine. "when the fbi spent decades hunting for a soviet spy on its staff." when did this happen, how did it come about? guest: it is the first mulholland. hunt.e i broke that story. the fbi still will not talk about it. a kgb agent in new york city walked into the fbi building in manhattan and volunteered his services. he said he was discontent and his talents were not being recognized. said were toe taking a big chance to walk into our building because you might have been seen? no, i am not worried about it. our people are meeting with your guy, dick. that was telling the fbi that the russians had a mole inside the fbi and the russians called him dick. hunt tolaunched a mole try to find dick. because they did not know his real name, they called him an , which stands for unknown subject. upside downe fbi for a couple of decades. they are looking for this guy. host: the year that it all began? guest: 1962. was he ever caught? he or she? that's an interesting story. it was a he, as far as is known. was code-named fedora. as to whether or not he was telling the truth or trying to -- the bel
. >> in this report al jazeera investigative unit will look at a sting operation launched by the fbi. >> los angeles, a city where fame and infamego hand and hand. here everything seems larger than life. including it's politicians that state senator ronald calderon. >> he is one of california's most influential lawmakers. and he is a target of an ongoing investigation. according to a sealed affidavit obtained by al jazeera investigative unit the senator is for sale. a politica politician willing to influence legislation in exchange for money. as part of an elaborate undercover sting fbi agents posed as an independent film studio. they approached the senator and he paid them off. they had to get bank accounts and it was a extensive operation senator calderon wanted his family to be eded t added to the payroll. >> the agents hired his daughter and they paid her $30,000 and she never had to show up for work. at the pebble beach resort the senator attended for his brother's non-profit. the greens were lined with the most influential lobbyistings. lobbyists. calderon is still rubbing elbows and raising m
, the shooter in custody and right here on the ground, the powerful weapon he used tonight, the fbi confirming his name, 23-year-old paul anthony ciancia, and word this evening his family reportedly had been in touch with authorities beforehand. a note found at the scene reportedly believed to have included anti-government beliefs. among his victims a tsa officer shot and killed. the first tsa officer ever killed in line of duty. these are aerial pictures from our station in los angeles kabc, and this evening one of the nation's busiest airports with a heavy police presence, we have team coverage here on the fast moving investigation. we lead off with david wright. on the scene. >> reporter: panicked rush hour here at the nation's third busiest airport. and a terrifying announcement. >> we have a shooting in terminal 3. >> reporter: at 9:20 a.m. the suspect marched up to the check point in terminal 3, pulled out a high powered rifle and opened fire. >> first shot went out, and i mean, it was a loud bang. >> reporter: nick pugh had shown his id at the terminal 3 screening area. did people panic
the latest on the shooting at l.a.x. let's get some information now on the suspected gunman. the fbi has just identified him a little while ago. deborah feyerick has been working her sources all day. i take it he'sen identified as paul anthony ciancia, 23 years old of los angeles. there's also a new jersey connection. is that right? >> there is a new jersey connection. it's believed that's where he grew up. agents are heading out to that location. we do want to tell you also, you know, this is a youngman after he went on this rampage, he was shot several times in the chest, and so he has been in surgery, but again, the officers who were able to subdue and stop him shot him three times in the chest, center mass, so right now it's unclear just how critical his condition is. but he did live in new jersey. it appears that he was targeting the tsa, wolf, statements that he made, as he was running down from the security checkpoint to the gate, passengers saying they heard him asking whether they were were with tsa, but we're also told, adam perez, my colleague in washington, learning that there wer
to the fbi. he was wounded in the face by police officers at the eastbound oeastbound -- end of friday's gn battle in lax's terminal three. a note inside of his bag gave insight to his frame of mind. he made a conscious decision to kill multiple tsa employees. he addressed them at one point in the letter and stated he wanted to "instill fear into their traitorous minds". he shot hernandez at the screening checkpoint and went up the elevateo are and came down and shot him again killing him. his widow spoke to reporters. >> he was a wonderful husband, father, brother, son and friend. he would have been 40 next week. i'm truly devastated. and we are all heart broken and we'll miss him dearly. the federal criminal complaint says ciancia used a smith and wesson assault rifle and carried five high capacity magazines. the fbi says it will build a full profile of ciancia and what brought him to this point. the 23-year-old was raised in this new jersey house and lived in los angeles about 18 months. unanswered are questions about where he got the gun and why he targeted tsa officers and whether he w
's david wright with the latest. >> the fbi said ciancia was dropped off at lax friday morning. in his bag a smith & wesson assault rifle like this one with five extra magazines fully loaded. the fbi alleges ciancia walked up to the tsa checkpoint and fired multiple shots at point-blank range at a tsa officers. >> in these circumstances, the defendant faces either maximum penalty of life without the possibility of parole, or the potential of the imposition of the death penalty. >> according to the complaint, as he moved up the escalator, he looked back at the wounded officer, who in video appearance to move, and returned to shoot the officer again, killing him. ciancia then alleged by gunned down at least two more tsa officers. a chase through the terminal end at the food court near the boarding gates where airport police shot him four times. >> he made a conscious decision to kill multiple tsa employees. >> the fbi says the handwritten letter found in his bag erased any doubt about that. the fbi says the letter, signed by ciancia, addresses the tsa directly and says he intended to, quote,
, who in video appeared to move, and returned to shoot the officer again, killing him. the fbi says ciancia gunned down two more tsa officers as he shot his way through the terminal. >> he made a conscious decision to kill multiple tsa employees. >> reporter: the fbi says his bag contained five magazines full of ammo, along with a handwritten letter signed by ciancia, addressing the tsa directly, saying he hoped, quote, to instill fear on your traitorous minds. the widow of gerardo hernandez, the father of two in the line of fire, read a brief statement to reporters outside their home. >> i am truly devastated. we are all heartbroken and we miss him dearly. >> reporter: today, those iconic pillars of light, the symbols of l.a.x., are lit tsa blue in his honor. today, things are back to normal here in terminal three. ciancia is in a hospital bed, just a few miles away, said to be unresponsive after a gunshot wound to the head. if he ever does regain consciousness, he'll now be facing criminal charges that could carry the death penalty. david? >> david wright leading us off again toni
>>> the fbi reveals details of a handwritten detail by the man accused in the deadly shooting at los angeles international airport. why investigators say the heavily armed gunman chose to target the busy airport terminal. >>> now as he tries to leave the field, he's going to collapse, go to his knees. >> sideline scare. houston texans' head coach gary kubiak collapses during the sunday night football game, the second nfl head coach to be hospitalized over the weekend. >>> and sky diver survival. a midair collision at 12,000 feet forces jumpers to make a life saving decision. >> wings came off, they were on fire, everybody got out safely. rings came off, everybody got out safely. >>> good morning. good to be with you. i'm ann marie green. gunman who opened fire at los angeles international airport has told police he acted alone. paul ciancia told police a friend dropped him off in front of terminal three on friday, he was carrying an assault rifle and five 30-round magazines and in his bag hundreds of more rounds. this morning, he's hospitalized, heavily sedated and under armed
. the criminal complaint filed in federal court saturday includes chilling new details about the rampage. the fbi said that he was dropped off at l.a.x. friday morning, in his bag, a smith and wesson assault rifle like this one, with five extra magazines, fully loaded. the fbi alleges that he walked up to the tsa check point and fired multiple shots at point blank range to a tsa officer. >> in these circumstances, the defendant faces either maximum penalty of life without the possibility of parole or the potential of the imposition of the death penalty. >> reporter: according to the complaint, as he moved up the escalator, he looked back at the wounded officer who, in video appeared to move, and returned to shoot the officer again, killing him, ciancia then allegedly gunned down two more tsa officers. a chase through the terminal, ended at the food court, ending at the boarding gate, where airport police shot him four times. >> he made a conscience decision to kill multiple tsa employees. >> reporter: the fbi said that the handwritten letter found in his bag erased any doubt. the letter, signed b
of a new book. he say the fbi and cia hid vital evidence about jfk's assassination. there's more news coming up on "cbs this morning." can become major victories. i'm phil mickelson, pro golfer. when i was diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis, my rheumatologist prescribed enbrel for my pain and stiffness, and to help stop joint damage. [ male announcer ] enbrel may lower your ability to fight infections. serious, sometimes fatal events including infections, tuberculosis, lymphoma, other cancers, nervous system and blood disorders, and allergic reactions have occurred. before starting enbrel, your doctor should test you for tuberculosis and discuss whether you've been to a region where certain fungal infections are common. you should not start enbrel if you have an infection like the flu. tell your doctor if you're prone to infections, have cuts or sores, have had hepatitis b, have been treated for heart failure, or if you have symptoms such as persistent fever, bruising, bleeding, or paleness. since enbrel helped relieve my joint pain, it's the little things that mean the most. ask your
for him. >> he made a conscious decision to kill multiple tsa employees. >> the proof, says the fbi, a signed hand-written letter in his bag telling the tsa he wanted to instill fear on your traitorous mind. >> he says if i kill one my mission is accomplished. >> a complaint says he entered terminal three with a bag holding a smith and weston semi automatic rifle with five spare magazines fully loaded. he pulled out the gun and walked up to the tsa checkpoint and fired multiple shots at point-blank range at a tsa officer, and as he moved up thees later he looked back at the wounded officer, who in video appeared to move, and returned to shoot the officer again, killing him. the government shot down at least two more tsa officers before four police bullets put him on the ground. >> it will be the decision of the attorney general of the united states whether or not to seek the death enemy this case. >> gerardo hernandez, the first tsa officer to die in the line of duty. >> he took pride in his work. >> ciancia's actions baffle everyone. tonight this lights will burn tsa blue in honor
incoming flights. fbi bomb technician and joint terrorism task force investigating but late this evening the tsa issued an all clear. in washington state tonight all the power is expected to be back following a violent storm yesterday. high winds kicked up five foot waves on lake washington temporarily closing the route 520 bridge which could be seen swaying in the gusts. the winds some chrokd at more than 70 miles an hour ripped out trees across the see at em area. 200,000 customers in western washington lost power. >> memories ran in today's new york city marathon. won by kenyan geoffrey mutai and priscah jeptooe, the memories were of last year's superstorm in the new york area and the bombings at the boston race this april. don dahler reports. >> reporter: for all but the very best, running a marathon is more a test of will than athletic ability. 26.2 miles equals 138,435 feet. a marathonner feels every single one. it's a solitary sport. except on days like this with crowds like these. when old rivalries fade before a purpose to keep moving on. the new york marathon wasn't run last ye
does the fbi allege that the senator has been engaged in the scheme? >> when it comes to the elaborate undercover sting, it was more than a year long, the probe, and it was over the course of that year they had several meetings, they used wire taps, monitoring his conversations and engaged in meetings with him. that, we can tell you, was taking place for a year. according to the affidavit that in 2008 the sack ramento field division amented an undercover, introducing -- attempted an undercover, where they invoiced two agents. the senator did not take the base. that case was rolled into la's case. >> you say also that the fbi was able to get an undercover agent hired to the state capitol. >> you're right. it was an undercover agent posing as the girlfriend to one of the alleged movie executives. calderon created the job on his staff. to make that happen he had to go through the senate president, darryl sign berg. no job existed. she had no experience and was a model by trade, according to the undercover officers. >> josh bernstein in washington. thanks. >> michael eaves is here, and the
the ensuing mayhem. the fbi is investigating the shooting. >> we found a statement where he made a conscious decision to kill multiple tsa employees. >> reporter: it could have been worse if the officers did not chase the suspect through terminal 3. >> the fact they disabled this assailant within minutes saved untold lives. >> reporter: ciancia is in the hospital. the fbi says he is unresponsive. the airport, a scene of fear and confusion friday morning returned to normal operation saturday afternoon. alex stone, abc news, los angeles. >> one of the people caught in the cross fire was a host of the tv series ""mythbusters." >> everyone was jumping over chairs and people. people were take cover. i mean, it was literally like my worst nightmare. and it was happening. >> "mythbusters" is shot in the bay area but he was heading from l.a.x. to a video shoot in delaware. the shootings caused dozens of cancellations in the bay area. today eight flights to and fro l.a.x. were cancelled. be sure to check your flight status with your airline. >>> breaking news out of alameda county. six teenagers have
. the fbi said that he was dropped off at l.a.x. friday morning, in his bag, a smith and wesson assault weapons with five extra magazines like this one, fully loaded. it alleges that he walked up to the tsa and fired point-blank range. >> he faces either maximum penalty of life without the possibility of parole or the potential of the imposition of the death penalty. >> reporter: according to the complaint as he moved up the escalator he looked back at the wounded officer and returned to shoot the officer again, killing him, ciancia allegedly gunned down two more tsa workers. the chase ended at the food court where airport police shot him four times. >> he mad a conscience decisions to kill multiple tsa employees. >> reporter: the fbi said that the letter, signed by ciancia addresses the tsa directly and said he intended quote, instill fear on your traitor rous minds. the widow of the 39-year-old father of two who found himself in the line of fire read a brief statement to reporters outside their home. >> i am truly devastated. we are all heartbroken and we'll miss him dearly. >> report
of the fbi who took over in september. he previously served as deputy attorney general in the bush administration. he replaced robert mueller. this was held at fbi headquarters. this is 20 minutes. >> good afternoon, everybody. and so proud to be here stand with so many dedicated men and women of the fbi. you are the best of the best. day in and out, you work tirelessly to confront the most dangerous threats our nation faces. you served with courage. you served with integrity. you protect americans at home and abroad. .ou lock up criminals you secure the homeland against the threat of terrorism. without a lot of fanfare or seeking the spotlight, you do your jobs. all the while, upholding our most cherished values and the rule of law. bravery, integrity. that is your motto. today, we're here to welcome a remarkable new leader for this one whole institution, lives those principles out every single day. jim, i want to thank all of the predecessors here today. we're grateful for your service. i have to give a special shout who servedmueller longer than he was supposed to. but he was su
. the man accused in the shooting in the la airport told police he acted alone. as the f.b.i. looks for a motive details remerging of the suspect and described those who know him as a loaner and we report. >> a photographer snapped this picture of terrified passengers hiding in a stall at la international airport while a gunman opened fire. the suspected shooter, 23-year-old paul ciancia targeted workers at the arport and the first victim hernandez shot repeatedly at point blank range. >> he killed multiple tsa employees. >> reporter: and he shot tsa officer james spear and tony grigsby recovering and the fourth was hit in the leg. moments before the attack police say ciancia's friend dropped him off at the airport unaware of his plan and a complaint filed in federal court said he had a duffel bag with a rifle and at least five magazines full of ammo and a letter addressing tsa directly and former classmates are stunned remembering him as a loaner. >> he was shy and kept to himself and walking around by himself, didn't really talk to anybody at all. >> i'm absolutely shocked. >> re
of the investigation. the fbi says no. and the fbi asked her a question, she lies. what's the ultimate outcome? she goes to jail and the fbi agency is on the job. how is it that the president can blatantly lie to us, but if the citizen lies, the citizen goes to jail. stuart: i can't explain why, but i think the end point may be that the president loses his political credibility and that the establishment media turns against him. >> and they have begun to do so. if you look at "the washington post" in the past two days, they are aggressively pursuing this. stuart: this story of 10 million people from nbc, the cheerleaders of obama. >> the use of the word "period" implies what i told you is absolutely certain, take it to the bank. stuart: real fast, i've got to talk about the virginia gubernatorial he ooh-- election. the democrat has 40% and the republican has 35% and a libertarian has 10%. >> yes e i blame you for the mccollough victory because the libertarians are splitting the vote on the right and allowing a collectivist to walk in the doctor. >> and he is a collectivist and in my opinion corrupt
! >> reporter: the fbi, san to rosa police, and sonoma police and the attorneys office are conducting investigations into lopez's death. bigad shaban, cbs news. >>> and on friday a concert will be held in honor of michael landberry who was killed last week. a beloved math teacher and former marine has been hailed as a hero. he walked toward a 12-year-old gunman to try to get him to surrender. the boy shot and killed landsberry on the spot. landsberry's wife said she was not surprised that he tried to save others. >> when i first heard this going and i didn't get a text message back from him, i knew, and when it transpired on school grounds, i knew exactly what he did. i knew that he stopped it. i knew he stepped in front. >> he served in afghanistan as a member of the national guard, and his wife said he told her he loved her every day. >>> coming up on the "morning news," taking a walk down penny lane. we'll tell you which beatles' childhood home sold for top dollar. this is the "cbs morning news." beetles apz childhood home sold. to give you energy that lasts. balance barĀ® dark. ha
of a federal officer and committee on violence at an international airport. the fbi says that ciancia is currently in the hospital and is unresponsive. >> new details and a security scare that happened aboard a flight headed for sfo. police arrested a man on suspicion of public intoxication after he allegedly made threats aboard a jet blue flight from long beach to s f o friday night. one passenger said that he screamed " this plane is going down. " once the flight arrived at sfo officers searched the plane and the man's luggage. they did not find anything suspicious. police escorted the passenger off the plane and booked him into a san mateo county jail. >> it sounds like the plot of a bad movie. federal authorities say that a gr enarious malaysian businessman nicknamed "fat leonard " obtained u.s. military secrets by at lining up hookers, lady gaga tickets and other bribes for a navy commander. that accusation is unfolding in a federal court case in san diego signal serious national security breaches and corruption. the case has set of high-level meetings at the pentagon, with the t
of the attack the fbi interviewed the survivors in germany and it is my belief the survivors never told the fbi there was a protest. jay carney the president and susan rice claimed there was no evidence of an al qaeda connection, it was not preplanned it was a protest spawned by hateful video that went bad. my belief the fbi interviews two days after should be released to the congress so we can see if whether or not there was evidence that there was never a protest. >> is there another way to do th this? janet yellen leading the federal reserve arguably one of the most important positions leading in washington in the coming years ahead. >> absolutely, yes. >> is it fair to hold up one part of government in order to make a point on another? >> is it fair to tell the congress when you have a national security failure like this, we will not make available to you the people who survived the attack so you can make an independent inquiry, is it fair to withhold from the congress a separate branch of the government with oversight responsibilities, the basic evidence about what happened. i don't like h
employees and contractors, including many who work for the c.i.a., the f.b.i., the state department, and the defense department, i know from years of firsthand experience how agencies can sometimes use various forms of pressure and intimidation to keep employees from sharing information of concern with congress. i know the benghazi survivors and other witnesses that night need the protection of a friendly subpoena to compel their testimony before congress, particularly on matters as sensitive as this, in order to protect them. so far the committees have failed to provide this protection to allow survivors and other witnesses, to allow them to share their story publicly so the american people can hear them. based on disclosures in recent news reports, i now believe that the benghazi plot represents a significant intelligence failure by the united states at several levels. understanding these failures as well as the government's inexplicable response during and after the attack, is critical to preventing future attacks. i want to outline a number of apparent intelligence failures lead
. no details according to the fbi investigators talked to him and done some of the interview process. when you talk to the fbi and some investigators they're not geting a lot of information about the suspect because of his condition. take a listen. >> is receiving medical treatment. i will not talk about his gunshot wounds. at this point he is unresponsive and we're unable to interview him. >> reporter: unable to interview him right now but before he was taken to the hospital, when he was taken into custody he told agents he acted alone, jenna. we're told he was shot multiple times. one of the reasons why it was difficult to interview him. he was shot in the face as well and heavily sedated. jenna. jenna: more as the story develops, adam, thank you very much. the story broke during "happening now" as viewers saw pictures of wounded being brought out of terminal 3. one of the first eyewitness accounts came in from fox including a member of the fox family. fox sports columnist bill ryder who witnessed chaos in terminal 3. we're lucky to have him as our guest. great to be see you. >> hi, jenna. g
companies hand them user information. as long as the national security agency or the fbi are 51% sure that the user is foreign, their emails, audio and video chats, photographs and documents are theirs for the searching. carefully worded denils follow from the companies, arguing that they only give specific information to the u.s. government as legally required on a case by case basis. these assurances have been left irrelevant sholling the number of sa -- showing the nsa has bypassed this, breaking into googles and yahoo!'s cables. citizens no longer receive protection awes all information is -- as all information is considered foreign. >> the government backs into the cables as a backdoor to get around the complaints. >> one thing is clear - any data protections that do exist are only for u.s. citizens. >> if you are not a citizen, if you are a non-american outside the united states, basically they have a free pass do what they like. >> the white house derives the authority from executive order 12333 which places no restrictions on the ability of intelligence agencies to monitor co
for the fbi in their investigation? >> they'll be going through his entire background. everything from, you know, his friends, where he lived in new jersey. questions about where he got the gun, whether it was a legal wepon in california. there are restrictions about the construction of those kinds of weapons here, where he got the bullets, magazines. they'll go through his entire life before they bring this case to trial. >> brian rooney live at lax tonight. thank you. >> pakistan's enemy number one is dead. hakimullah mehsud was killed in a u.s. drone strike along with four others. the pakistani politicians across the spectrum are denouncing the killings, saying the strike derailed planned peace talks. >> the efforts have been ambushed. it was not acquired from the front. it was an ambush. we see it as an ambush. >> pakistani taliban fighters buried their leader and promised a wave of suicide bombings in revenge. pakistani lawmakers are demanding u.s. supply lines into afghanistan be blocked. >> the chief minister of the province is standing here with me. they have decided, god willing, t
the ensuing mayhem. the fbi is just one of the agencies investigating the shooting. >> we found a statement where he made a conscious decision to make multiple tsa employees. >> and it could have been so much worse if officers had not chased the gun men through the airport terminal three. >> the fact they disabled the assailant within minutes was actually remarkable and saved untolled lives. >> reporter: ciancia was shot four times. he remains in the hospital and the hospital says he remains unresponsive. the airport, full of fear and chaos friday morning, returned to normal operation saturday afternoon. alex stone, abc news, los angeles. >> one of the people caught in the crossfire was torrey bellucci. he's a host of the tv show "myth busters." here's what he is saying. >> everybody is flying down the corridor, jumping over chairs, jumping over people. people were taking cover. it was literally like my worst nightmare and it was happening. >> "myth busters" is shot in the bay area, although he was headed from lax to a video shoot in delaware. the shooting has caused dozens of cancellations
friday morning and started firing. this shows the ensuing mayhem. the fbi is just one of the agencies investigating the shooting. >> we found a statement where he made a conscious decision to make multiple tsa employees. >> and it could have been so much worse if officers had not chased the gun men through the airport terminal three. >> the fact they disabled the assailant within minutes was actually remarkable and saved untolleds lives. >> he remains in the hospital and the hospital says he remains unresponsive. the airport returned to normal operation saturday afternoon. alex stone, abc news, los angeles. >> one of the people cause in the crossfire was torrey bellacci. he's a host of the tv show myth busters. here's what he is saying. >> everybody is flying down the corridor, jumping over chairs, jumping over people. people were taking cover. it was literally like my worst nightmare and it was happening. >> "myth busters" is shot in the bay area, although he was headed from lax to a video shoot in delaware. the shooting has caused dozens of cancellations and delays in the bay area.
.s. army played music. to smoke out man well noriega in panama city while in the 1990s. the fbi used nancy sinatra "these boots are made for walking" to try and force leader david kuresh out of the waco compound. just last week the white house said it was concerned about a disturbing increase on the other side of africa after two u.s. sailors were taken hostage in the gulf of ginea. go ahead and as she says, hit them baby one more time. the correct answer is a, all the clocks in china are supposed to be set to china standard time. until the 1940s. the country had five time zones but that was changed to one when the communist pow er took over. that makes for the biggest time jump between adjacent countries in the world. 3.5 hours. so perhaps you can have dinner in china and step across the border into afghanistan and it is still time for a late lunch. does anyone know a good lunch spot? thank you for taking time for my report. i'll see you next week. >> hello these stories are topping the news this hour. toronto's mayor apologying but refusing to resign despite photos of him reportedly smok
people who they thought were weak. >> the fbi said they thought they would have a lookout while she had sex in a closet with a gang inmate. and they say she hoped to earn up to $2,000 a week, smuggling contraband into the jail. >> reporter: bgf started in california, and later hit it big in maryland, becoming the largest prison gang, distributing a book, and quickly developing a network, selling drugs behind bars, where one of the gang's king pins made more than $15,000 a month. critics wonder how this was allowed to happen. >> it looks like the rot is pretty longstanding and deep. >> those indictments are a direct result of our efforts. >> reporter: one by one, the government is gaining guilty pleas from indicted officers. who will be next to fall? >> reporter: and the latest will have to forfeit any ill- gotten gains. she does face jail time. her lawyer d not returnure -- did not return our call, seeking comment. >>> those in charge of the state's prisons have implemented new screening and safety procedures as they work to crack down on corruption. >> just days after being jailed in w
're learning new details about the fbi sting that targeted state senator ron call da roan. an -- caleder o -- calderon. the fbi agent stalled himself rocky fatel and set up a twitter account where he posted photos of himself with several southern california elected officials. that twitter account was taken down wednesday after details of the sting became public. >>> president obama's aides secretly considered replacing vice president joe biden with hillary clinton on the 2012 ticket. that is according to a new book on last year's race for the white house. the aides reportedly began thinking about making the switch late in 2011 when president obama's reelection outlook appeared uncertain. but they eventually decided against the plan despite clinton's popularity, they felt the move would not provide a big enough political boost to justify such a radical move. >>> time 7:18. what's happening on the roads right now. >> it's a little bit better than it was earlier, and we're getting that friday light going on. i do want to mention we have some problems in milpitas, northbound on 680 as you driv
the fbi, the department of justice, the department of treasury? 15 years later. the only time -- and i have used the information that i've gotten from an soi request. but one time, years ago, when they opened the first ladies exhibit in in the smithsonian, they had a big plexiglass display of jackie o. and nancy reagan, the covers of the book. i didn't know about this, but a reporter from "the associated press" called and said ms. kelley, i want to get your reaction. your books are displayed in the first lady's exhibit as showing how powerful these first ladies are that they can get looks like this written about them. she wrote an article and i sent it to my father. and my father was then 85. he said he was going to come back to washington to see it. he was very proud. i went down to the first lady's exhibit with my godchild and we took a picture of it. drag about it. my father travels all the way across the country. he goes to the exhibit. he comes back and tells my husband and myself. i said daddy you can't miss it, it's huge. it wasn't fair. so we all went back and it wasn't there.
at my request the congressional research service analyzed fbi data on justifiable homicide before and after the 2000 waive of "stand your ground" law's and found that racial disparities clearly increased and i'll be putting the crs menu in there -- it's time for "stand your ground" law's to be reviewed and reconsidered. whatever the motivation behind it it's clear these laws often go too far in encouraging confrontations that escalate into deadly violence. they are resulting in unnecessary tragedies and they are diminishing accountability under our justice system. i am pleased that the efforts to reconsider these laws are now underway. earlier this month one of the legislators who drafted florida's law joined with some of its chief opponents in a bipartisan effort to change the law. they have been passed in the state senate committee in florida. there is more that needs to be done but we seem to be moving past the question of whether "stand your ground" law should be fixed and now we should be looking at the best way to fix x it. i urge other states that have "stand your ground" l
fbi thwart one case. lets stop. make us safer if we have a person follow every single american, every single minute of the day? possibly. do we want that? no. we'll always face at the time in this country but the greatest threat should not be from our own government prying into every single one of our secrets with no accountability whatsoever. we saw that. give secrets away to a 29-year-old subcontractor. another branch of government which gave away some of our most important secrets when a private first class loaded them on his lady gaga cd and walked off with them. no, these are not -- they shouldn't have every single one of our secrets. it's not making us safer. they may want to twist the statistics to make it safer. nobody who really studied this can say this made us safer. >> senator i want to ask about that 29-year-old. there's been talked about edward snowden getting clemency. he has asked for that. should he get clemency? >> no. he's not getting clemency. the fact he broke the law, he stole classified material. what i ask the question is, who has been fired at the nsa for bein
the officer. they want to do a thorough investigation. the fbi has also been involved. >> thank you. and as this investigation more information is coming out about that deputy we are learning more about the deputy who shot and killed andy lopez. 48-year-old erick gelhaus. a 24-year veteran of the sheriff's office. he is also a field training officer and firearms instructor. he and another deputy were on patrol when they spotted lopez with what turned out to be a replica a-k-47. in an article he wrote in swat magazine back in november 2008, he said -- "today is the day you may need to kill someone in order to go home. somebody needs to be in charge, so make a decision." and in the same article, he said "when you are caught in an ambush, you need to make your decisions immediately and carry them out just as quickly. you need to shut down the bad guys who initiated the ambush so that you can go home." >> keep it tuned here to kron four as we continue to follow the latest with the andy lopez protests. you can also get updates on our facebook and twitter pages, kron four-dot-com, and our
through untraceable currencies. earlier this month the fbi arrested one of the masterminds of the deep web. he built silk road. it was doing a billion dollars worth of commerce in illegal goods. it is so interesting because even as we talk about how the web changes everything about how we buy and sell and live, there's a whole secret web that is a very vibrant marketplace for bad goods, bad services, this is where you hire -- >> american people are watching how or the country is conducting surveillance on every day people and every day activities, we're watching stories about surveillance on overseas leaders including allies. it's hard to reconcile with what you're saying. how does this happen without being able to trace it, catch people and stop people from, you know, endangering the public and children alike. >> that's what's so fascinating. the people who built it can't break it. it was built, the software was designed by researchers at the u.s. naval research laboratory. they knew once you have these levels of coding, it's very hard to trace. so now the fbi is trying to have new tools
someone's blood end up on the wall in the gym. cnn laid out these facts for former fbi special agent herald copes. >> i don't believe this was an accident. i believe this young man met with foul play. >> and victor blackwell joins me now from macon, georgia. victor, huge news, huge victory for the family who you have been in touch with for months and months. hearing from mrs. johnson she said the only thing she wanted was the truth. for the family, this feels like one step in the right direction, doesn't it? >> it does. they've been waiting and hoping for this federal investigation not just since we started doing this story six months ago, but since his death and since they got that report from the sheriff's office that this was not the result of foul play. that's at least questionable to u.s. attorney michael moore since he decided to open this investigation. there's a couple of sentences in his remarks and i had a copy here today that stand out, brooke. i want it read these two sentences. should sufficient information be warranted to develop a civil rights investigation. oep an civ
ak-47. several agencies are investigating the shooting - including the f.b.i. community leaders are planning a march tomorrow in santa rosa to demand more information. >> the san francisco parks employee. thomas burnoski. accused of running over a woman in the park. now has a restricted driver's license. under a court order issued today. he can only drive for his job, child care or for counseling sessions. he's pleaded not guilty the hit and run death of 35 year old christine svanemyr. who was sunning in holly park with her child last month. burnoski was driving a city truck at the time. he's been suspended from his job. coming up. television food personality, guy fierei's car was stolen. >> this was quite a year. and it was gone for over one year. and we would get calls all the time. my friends would say that i just saw your car on the freeway. believe it or not there is more than one yellow liberty. people would call and weather is more than one-yellow lambert of the knethe car is a lambrogini.. and the closing arguments are wrapping up. j.r. stone is in marin county we will h
? as tracy says, that may be a rhetorical question. let's bring in former fbi cyberterrorism official michael thadis and former homeland security secretary, tom ridge. he joins us by phone. let me begin with michael here. so we have the white house meeting with ceos today of various companies. we have mastercard, we have northrop grumman, from the defense sector, bank of america. i mean this all sound very good but are we really safe from cyber attacks at this very moment? >> we're not even close and i don't think the effort that's underway right now in today's meeting a part of is getting us very close. we're not talking about anything close to security standards that companies can implement. there is a lot of fear out there that the government will tell us how we need to protect our networks? do we need to use this software or that hardware. we're so far away from that it is almost mind boggling. i'm not even sure what the strategy is at this point. ashley: let me bring in on that note, governor ridge. that is the big question, isn't it? getting the public and private sector to work togethe
the city is creating cyber intrusion command centers built with the help of the fbi and secret service. it is imperative the city department are preparing the events of the cyber attack the city infrastructure airport can support and be protected. in southern california one high school saying no to the twerk. the dance made famous by miley cyrus is to sexually suggestive and should not be allowed on campus or at school. and that is your "west coast minute." dennis: extending jobless benefits, is it actually making unemployment worse? here's what some of you had to say. don says yes, probably. on the upside it prevents riots for the time being. and mike says it as little encourages people to sit on the couch. why job hunt when you don't have to. government borrows the money and create loafers. darrell says saying that for years. no study needed. like a city that says men and women are different biologically. goes without saying. cheryl: you got a lot of good responses today. exxon and conoco phillips with better-than-expected postings. dennis: government following every turn in the name
. it >> the fbi has identified the suspect as a 23 year-old resident of las angeles. >> a man with an assault rifle approach a security officer inside terminal 3. >> the man approached security and started shooting. >> a 39 year-old tsa officer was killed he was checking travel documents at a check point and he was the first officer to have died in the line of duty since the agency was established in 2001 appeared >> the gunman is 23 years old he is a u.s. citizen formally a resident of new jersey and we are currently investigating his background and more about him. >> the incident raises some questions about security inside of the nation's airports especially below large airports like las angeles international. >> los angeles airport is one of those airports that is tough to secure 100 percent because of its massive size. >> passengers are frustrated at the delays. >> the shooter was described as sending rambling text messages to his family about the living conditions here in los angeles and that the security searches at the airport were a violation of his constitutional rights. >> and many
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